Oct 9, 2012 6:00am PDT
with some of the -- these issues regarding god and religion and the meaning of such. >> einstein also describes the bible as a collection of honorable but still primitive legends. in 2008, the letter was sold in another auction for around $400,000. this time, it's starting at an opening bid of $3 million. u.s. and european media have been covering the event as it offers a clear glimpse into the nobel prize laureate's mind-set about religion. >>> time now to check the world weather. here in tokyo, it's been getting cooler day by day. meteorologist robert speta has more in his world weather forecast. >>> yes, things are chilling down across much of japan. it's due to a high pressure overhead here. you can see all these clear skies. that's allowing things to cool up through the overnight hours. isle start off by showing you video out of northern japan. this is in toe shiga prefecture, about 1,400 meters above sea level, but the first hard freeze of 2012 was recorded here. this is ten days later than last year and the third late nest a decade. ice three millimeters thick formed over a buc
Oct 11, 2012 6:00am PDT
is not allowed in islam or any other religion. women and children should not become targets. neither should innocent or unarmed civilians. >> reuters reports that the pakistani president, prime minister, and other political leaders denounce the incident. malala yousufazi, a 14-year-old student, was shot and critically wounded on tuesday on her way home from school in her hometown northwest of the capital islamabad. she was transferred to a military hospital and is said to be in critical condition following surgery. reuters says yousufazi wrote a blog under a pen name aimed at international media and describing living under the rule of the pakistani taliban. the pakistani taliban claims responsibility, saying her activities were pro-western and she had opposed the group. united nations secretary general ban ki-moon expressed outrage and strong condemnation over the attack in a statement. ban dubbed the attack a heinous and cowardly act and called for those responsible to be swiftly brought to justice. he added that he was deeply moved by the girl's efforts to promote the right to education.